Integrated management systems
Energy companies are facing increasing demands from employees and the public to digitize their operations. At the same time, quality, environmental and safety awareness is increasing. To meet these developments, many organizations want to certify themselves according to, for example, ISO 9001, 14001, 45001, 27001, which in turn increases the need for uniform and integrated management systems.
Increased demands for transparency and clear improvement work, not least from an environmental and sustainability perspective, place greater demands on having common systems that can coordinate changes. In addition, information must be collected and made visible.
The need to protect sensitive information in systems is increasing. It is also increasingly important to ensure the privacy of citizens. In addition, the right data must be provided on request and within a reasonable time. Meeting the requirements of the Archives Act, the GDPR, the Public Access and Confidentiality Act and the NIS Directive is not easy.
Energy companies include a wide range of activities, each of which must meet the requirements in its own way. They should be allowed to be different, but also centrally coordinated so that they all meet the requirements and pull in the same direction.